Coffee can cause digestive issues. But if you can’t fathom giving up your coffee fix, there are ways to make it less acidic and still taste great. Try these tips.
If you think pasta is off the menu because of high carbohydrates, reconsider. You can use half (or all) whole grain pasta and add lean protein and veggies for a healthier, tasty alternative.
Constantly tempted by sweets or salty snacks? If cravings keep your weight at a plateau, take heart. It’s possible to let go of cravings — most people just don’t go about it the right way. These tips from our dietitians should help.
This vegetable side dish is healthy, easy to make and it offers lots of flavor. Rich in antioxidants like phenols and flavonoids, eggplant provides volume and a pleasant texture to help fill you up on fewer calories.
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This recipe removes that high-calorie pie crust, but retains the flavorful filling of a childhood favorite.
Honey? Nope. Maltose? Nope. If you’re avoiding added sugars, we’ve compiled all of the ingredients that don’t belong in foods on your grocery list.
This lighter chicken noodle casserole includes a creamy base but with fewer calories and fat. It offers niacin, a B vitamin that helps increase HDL levels in the blood, and folate, which assists in DNA and RNA production. It is also high in vitamin C.
Sour cream? Nope. Bleu cheese? Nope. If you’re avoiding dairy, we’ve compiled all of the ingredients that don’t belong in foods on your grocery list.
Do you rely on traditional sources of protein for your meals? Then you may be surprised by these findings from our poll of six dietitians. Discover which foods they favor for boosting protein in your diet.
The less you focus on restricting and categorizing foods and the more you focus on creating healthy behaviors around food and exercise, the healthier your body — and mind — will be.